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Cupcake Prosecco

Cupcake Prosecco

4.59(17 reviews)
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Prosecco, Italy
Tasting Notes
Peach, Citrus, Toasty
Food Pairing
Shellfish, Salads & Greens

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Product Description

Raise a glass of this refreshing Prosecco that sparkles with fine effervescence. Aromas of white peach, grapefruit and honeydew melon lead to flavors of creamy ripe lemon, refined citrus and a toasted brioche finish. Cupcake crafts this wine using only the best Glera grapes – the official grape of Prosecco – from their vineyards in Italy. The process centers on the charmat method, in which the wine undergoes a secondary fermentation in stainless steel tanks to produce its characteristic clean finish.
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Drizly Expert Notes

Cupcake produces wine from countries around the world, including the United States, New Zealand and Italy. The winemakers hunt down the best grapes from various sites to create a globe trotting range of wines, including everything from big Napa Valley merlot, to lively New Zealand sauvignon blanc, to giant red blends from the coast of California. From the Italian portfolio comes Cupcake Prosecco, a pleasant all-purpose sparkler. The wine is made from the best glera grapes - the grape traditionally used in prosecco - that the winemakers could find, and made using the charmat method, where the wine undergoes a second fermentation in steel tanks to produce a clean finish.

The Cucake Prosecco shows citrus, apricot, peaches, and a floral bouquet. The bubbles are moderately sized and long lasting, but not overly aggressive or distracting. There is a distinct creaminess to this wine, a velvet smoothness and richness that makes you want to take a second sip to experience it again. This wine is defined by fruit, rather than mineral flavors, and is a great nod to New World prosecco that everyone can enjoy by itself or with a wide array of food.